Due to the injuries sustained by wide receivers Julio Jones and Roddy White , Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that he would like to get tight end Tony Gonzalez more involved in the offense. "As we evolve into this wide receiver situation, obviously there might be more things up with Tony featured as the No. 1 guy. That's a no-brainer. We'll see how that goes."
Behind Harry Douglas on the depth chart, things start to get dicey for the Falcons. They have three guys who you've probably never heard of. The biggest name of the bunch is Brian Robiskie, who's been in the league for five years and previously played for Cleveland and Detroit. As for Gonzo, I'm sure he's disappointed he came back this year. The Falcons are toast this year and even if he sees more targets, what's he going to do with them? Gonzalez has become a catch, turn and fall forward type of tight end with no after-the-catch ability. I don't mind starting him, but he's not going to channel his inner-Jimmy Graham or anything.